Surrey Educators share how an intentional ‘hands-on, minds-on’ approach can help students communicate and share their thinking with one another. “Understanding that children are active and that they learn best through play, you begin to look for ways to have numeracy instruction as playful as other parts of the day. So when you see children…

Surrey educator Annie Ohana weaves together priority practices of curriculum design and instructional strategies to activate the power of place-based learning. “There’s limitations to these walls. If the student’s mature enough to choose the place, to have an understanding of some sort of narrative, some sort of story that they want to learn more about.…